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Vijay Ebenezer quits Raj TV as GM, Sales & Marketing (South)

24-April-2013
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Vijay Ebenezer quits Raj TV as GM, Sales & Marketing (South)

Vijay Ebenezer, General Manager – Sales & Marketing (South), Raj Television Network has put in his papers after four years with the organisation. He is currently serving his notice period to help facilitate a smooth transition at Raj Television.

On his plans ahead, Ebenezer said, “I am all set to foray into intellectual property rights, corporate criminal liability, media related crime and of course, criminal law shall be my core area of practice. I am very happy to get into legal practice as many of my clients need me right now. I will be acting as a legal advisor for all my media clients.”

Ebenezer, a management and law graduate, who started his career in the FMCG and consumer durables sector, started his media profession with the Eenadu Group, thereafter serving with Dainik Bhaskar and Readers Digest before joining Raj Television Network. He has 19 years’ experience in the industry.

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